A small lump near anal fissure
Skin crack around anus
Pain around anus
A small, longitudinal tear or defect in the moist layer that lines the anus and the entire back canal is known as an anal fissure. An injury produced by the passage of hard stools or excessive straining during bowel movement might result in a tear in the anal area. They are generally restricted to the dentate line's distal part. Anal canal fissures can be categorized based on their causes
In the majority of cases, medical history and physical examination of a suspected patient allows for a spot diagnosis of anal fissure based on symptom evaluation. The posterior midline should be the focus of this examination. An acute anal fissure can be seen as a fresh cut on examination. Cuts with elevated edges that expose the internal sphincter of the anal muscle fibers, on the other hand, suggest a chronic anal fissure.
In rare cases, anoscopy or other radiological diagnostic modalities are advised if the fissure is not apparent or the diagnosis is unclear.
A radiological examination is also recommended if the patient has significant brilliant red blood flow and is at high risk of cancer, or if symptoms indicate a secondary anal fissure.
Patients with refractory or recurrent chronic fissures who have significant symptoms may require surgical therapy, which involves cutting a small bit of the muscle that relaxes or tightens to open or close the anus to pass feces in order to reduce spasm and pain (Lateral Internal Sphincterotomy). In prescription patients, this operation is connected with an excellent recovery rate of around 95%.
Fistula must be treated because they will not heal on their own
You will need to have surgery to cure the fistula, contact be well team .
The operation usually takes 30 minutes
Be well hospitals provides world class treatment for fistula.